Codechella- As part of our 10% time at Intuit, we spent those extra hours working on something we built for a community.
Twice a year Intuit holds a hackathon called Codechella at their San Diego office. Teams would consist of engineers, designers, and product managers. We were given all one problem: How can we bring people more money?
Our team did a lot of research and ended up with the idea of creating a product that would help our users find the best deals in their community.
We felt that those everyday purchases, such as grocery shopping, clothing, and food would add up and surprise our users with how much money they have saved.
Before we went into the software, we wanted to give our designs a certain feeling. In order for our whole team to understand this, we created a mood board of images that would give off this emotional response.
Wireframes were started off by putting in building blocks to give a sense of layout and structure of what the product would be.
Then would put more contextual information to give it a better idea of what each page would be.
Using our styles and mood board, we created these visual designs to match with it.
(prototype will show full interaction of this barcode scan)